Sheffield Knives Single Blade Folding Knives

Sheffield Knives Single Blade Folding Knives
4.5
4946

This is a great knife for an EDC. You might need to sharpen the blade a little but overall with the assisted opening, you'll get used to flicking this thing all day long. Whether you use the thumbstud or the flipper it's easy and very quick to open. The pocket clip is tight. This knife will not fall out of your pocket! The signature k grooving on the handl feels comfortable and secure. It will not slip out of your hand. Love this knife. Thank you Kershaw but more importantly thank you knife-depot!!

I like it a lot it's a good self defense knife and it's fearsome to just look at and that is a very good deterrent. I like it !

All that I expected have purchased 6 about to purchase one more.

This was my first purchase from The Knife Depot, and my first CRKT I have ever owned. What a great knife, I am totally impressed with the knife, as it is now one of my every day Carrys. The quality of workmanship is on the upper level of the spectrum, as is the outward appearance, I have shown it to all my friends and family. I would also like to say the people at Knife Depot did a great job with my order, with very prompt delivery, and the on line ordering was a very simple process. Working on my next order right now, they have such a large selection of quality knives, its hard to decide which ones to order next.. If your looking for a quality knife by a company you can trust The Knife Depot is the place, you won't be disappointed.

I bought a couple of these for presents for my family and they were great. The engraving is a nice quality and the knife is very sturdy. Great knife for the price point.

This knife is Great. I am a general contractor and having a knife with auto assist is a must.

Excellent knife for the pocket. Better than expected!

My husband loses lots of knives. This is replacement. He likes it.

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